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Are North Carolina schools good?

Are North Carolina schools good?

North Carolina schools are not the only primary and secondary educational institutions faced with the new task of clarifying that their social and academic methods benefit all students. Students, parents, and local and national activist are now using disproportionate discipline to measure school effectiveness. North Carolina schools have used several initiatives to eliminate disproportionate discipline […]

How can schools help new affordable housing students?

How can schools help new affordable housing students?

Wealthy school districts will now have to educate affordable housing students as mandated by a recent New Jersey judges ruling. This influx of students will cause a shift in the way that these schools must conduct their everyday business. Schools can head off the racial complications associated with the new requirement to accept and educate […]

How to solve the minority teacher shortage?

How to solve the minority teacher shortage?

The national need for eliminating the minority teacher shortage has left many schools scrambling for viable alternatives with no impactful solutions in sight. The alternatives range from local school programs to programs fostered by universities as well as local, state, and the federal government. Schools can eliminate the minority teacher shortage by ensuring that all […]

Why restorative justice does not work?

Why restorative justice does not work?

The Obama administration anointed restorative justice as the Prodigal Son that would return to heal the ailments associated with disproportionate discipline. Teachers have responded with numerous complaints that continue to detract from the original vision for many schools. Restorative justice will fade as many other educational initiatives due to the inability to resolve the root cause for […]

How do school uniforms shame students?

How do school uniforms shame students?

Schools have a right to exercise their need to develop and maintain a nurturing environment which could result in inadvertently utilizing school uniforms to shame students. Shaming and humiliating a child can have long term devastating effects which can cause students to lose respect for teachers and the schools that they attend. Schools can eliminate […]

How to improve the Obama administration guidance on school discipline?

How to improve the Obama administration guidance on school discipline?

As Betsy Devos continues to revamp the United States Department of Education, one initiative that appears to have been left unrevoked is the Obama administration guidance on school discipline. This guidance has caused 53 of America’s largest school districts that serve 6.35 million students to revise their discipline codes to reduce suspensions in 27 states. […]

How can social studies teachers improve instruction in the Donald Trump era?

How can social studies teachers improve instruction in the Donald Trump era?

The Donald Trump era has provided social studies teachers with a new opportunity to better inform their students to make political decisions that become beneficial. Students will need to make political and voting decisions that meet their individual future needs. However, social studies teachers can only accomplish this task by beginning with the students using Personal […]

How can schools surmount the Black teacher shortage?

How can schools surmount the Black teacher shortage?

Failed attempts to minimize the Black teacher shortage continues to place schools at the risk of future civil rights litigation from concerned parents and community activist. At the heart of this initiative is to do what is best for the diverse student populations of many schools and assume that White teachers are incapable of helping […]

How can your school combat racism?

How can your school combat racism?

Many superintendents who have elected to combat racism are taking approaches that can only scratch the surface to the solution which continues to result in further challenges. At the heart of every school challenge is a culture that embraces and nurtures the root of the problem. Superintendents can only successfully combat racism by transforming the […]

How to improve math tests scores?

How to improve math tests scores?

For decades, the process to improve math test scores continues to evade many public schools. Public schools are scrambling to meet the demands of local tax payers along with improvement goals with minimal progress. In order to improve math test scores, schools must first evaluate the school system that contributes to poor math test scores […]

How can schools benefit from the Mockingbird book?

How can schools benefit from the Mockingbird book?

The Mockingbird book continues to create concern for both proponents and critics of curriculum materials that enrich the learning process for our youth. Schools are choosing to distance themselves from using books that create uninvited complications. The Mockingbird book controversy provides schools an opportunity to reevaluate potential textbook problems. According to the article, Mississippi school […]

Why school choice is bad?

Why school choice is bad?

The recent student athlete suspensions for kneeling during the National Anthem by faith based schools has provided public schools with a new tool to eliminate the need for school choice. Supposedly, this initiative is an option that proponents believe will help minority students get a better education. Public schools need to take this opportunity to […]

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